Published at Wednesday, 01 May 2019. Resume. By Genivee Boisseau.
Activities beyond the workplace can show skills that will apply to a new career. Interests in groups, support groups, contacts, networks, sporting clubs or associations will be great to list in the career change resume. Any activity that shows an interest in the new field will help create an overall picture of you as the applicant and give the prospective employer an understanding of why you wanted to have a career change.
Isn't it an advanced thinking that the goal of your pre-employment document is to get the position right away? Don't ever think of that. Bear in mind that the very purpose of it is not getting the job instantly, but securing a job interview. You are never assured of a job just by trying to place everything across your application paper and by including every reason why you should be hired. Including sufficient sets of information that are relevant to the position is enough to earn a ticket for an interview.
Think about your resume as an advertisement: you are selling yourself. If you observe closely the great number of resume examples, you will see that most of those don't give only an overview of the candidate's background, but also add valuable information. For example you can write that you studied at a certain school, but this might not be enough. So if you have any extracurricular activity, or you did anything outstanding, you should also include that. This information shows that you have a wide range of interests and skills, and that you are an interesting individual.
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